Anaphylaxis is a very serious allergic reaction. It builds up rapidly and could cause death.

There are a number of symptoms associated with anaphylaxis, including swelling of the throat, itchy rash, redness, hives, low blood pressure, dizziness, weakness, dry mouth and trouble breathing. Some common causes of this allergic reaction include medications, stings, bites, and foods.

Anaphylaxis is caused by the human body releasing mediators from its white blood cells triggered by either a non-immunological or immunologic or mechanism.

That said, an anaphylaxis condition is most often primarily diagnosed and based on the signs and symptoms exhibited on the victim's body. While the primary treatment is an epinephrine injection, there are measures that can be taken in order to stabilize a victim until medical help arrives. Anaphylaxis training helps people identify anaphylaxis symptoms so that the situation can be rapidly and approximately remedied.

One of the first things that anaphylaxis training teaches is removal of the allergen. As long as the allergen is directly in contact with the body it will continue to make matters worse. Here are some of the most common ways to remove the allergens:

• Removing bee stingers. These should be removed ASAP. In order to remove a stinger you will need to use a pair of tweezers to slowly pull it out.

• Food or drug. In order to remove the allergens which were digested or injected into the body, the best way is to conduct a flushing of the digestive system. Of note, this may require medical experience.

• Topical allergens, i.e. poison oak. The toxin in this case can be washed away using soap and water.

The next step of anaphylaxis training is administering Epinephrine. Epinephrine is a drug which can immediately stop anaphylaxis and cease further reactions. Epinephrine needs to be administered using an automatic syringe which injects the drug directly by pushing the syringe into the body.

That said, Epinephrine auto injectors are only available via a physician's prescription. Thus, if you have a known chronic allergic reaction it is vitally important that you have a prescription for Epinephrine. Without quickly administering epinephrine anaphylaxis can become fatal.
In order to administer epinephrine you need to follow these steps:

1. Pull the cap off the device.

2. Push the black end directly into the thigh of the victim and hold it there for 10 seconds. It is recommended that you use the injector directly on the skin but it can also go directly through the clothing too.

3. Once the device has been used, carefully dispose of the needle properly.

In closing, if you or someone in your family suffers from an anaphylaxis allergy it is essential to have an Epinephrine Injection readily available at all times.

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